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JitterzZ
I came across this during a web search on fluid bed roasters.

2.bp.blogspot.com/-KJTbL6VVesc/WKLmdpAkMFI/AAAAAAAAIKY/FbpuPBF5PSUeu_ZDPrrXdzRRsp3e9JgNACLcB/s640/la-coronita1.png

http://kostverlor...aster.html

http://www.shpfoo...p?mid=1075










Edited by JitterzZ on 02/05/2019 2:33 PM
 
allenb
Wow, very cool find! I've never seen one of these in my lifetime and I've done a whole lot of searching for unique old roasters. I'm curious as to whether the top center tube is incoming or outgoing air?
1/2 lb and 1 lb drum, Siemens Sirocco fluidbed, presspot, chemex, cajun biggin brewer from the backwoods of Louisiana
 
JitterzZ
Not sure. The site says "Hot air blown in from the top, a cone spreading the flow, pushing beans up along the curved walls, past the curved blades, back to the center". (http://kostverlor...aster.html) I found an old thread here talking about this type/style (centrifugal roasters)https://forum.hom...ead_id=914. I guess the roaster works this way https://youtu.be/.... Very interesting stuff. I'm glad you enjoy it.
Cheerspouring
 
renatoa
A lots of references there, and other related threads, to a slide that seems lost treasure...

http://www.whydontwehavethisguy.com/_WDWHTG/portfolio/Showcase/PBAT101.swf

Posted intentionally as URL, not as link, because is broken.

Anyone saved this slide locally, can share ?

Thanks !
 
JitterzZ
renatoa wrote:

A lots of references there, and other related threads, to a slide that seems lost treasure...

http://www.whydontwehavethisguy.com/_WDWHTG/portfolio/Showcase/PBAT101.swf

Posted intentionally as URL, not as link, because is broken.

Anyone saved this slide locally, can share ?

Thanks !

Koffee Kosmo posted that link (http://www.whydontwehavethisguy.com/_WDWHTG/portfolio/Showcase/PBAT101.swf) on coffee snobs in March 2009. So he might be able to help you with info. I can't find anything on Wayback, or anywhere.
Edited by JitterzZ on 02/07/2019 5:39 AM
 
renatoa
Sure, already searched, that's why asked about local copies.
Thank you for your effort, should write stronger it can't be found anywhere.
The picture is nice, but the slide is much more...
 
JitterzZ
renatoa wrote:

Sure, already searched, that's why asked about local copies.
Thank you for your effort, should write stronger it can't be found anywhere.
The picture is nice, but the slide is much more...


It sounds like it was a real good link. I'm sure someone will have it. Your welcome and good luck. I'll post if I find anything on it.
 
JitterzZ
renatoa wrote:

Sure, already searched, that's why asked about local copies.
Thank you for your effort, should write stronger it can't be found anywhere.
The picture is nice, but the slide is much more...

BABAM! http://www.whydon...BAT101.swf
 
renatoa
Lol, may I call you Mr. Google ? Grin
 
JitterzZ
woohoo
 
CharcoalRoaster
Thanks for the find! I've tried exporting the slide deck with After Effects but only end up with an 8sec ,.mov. How should I export the slides individually from this swf file?
 
JitterzZ
CharcoalRoaster wrote:

Thanks for the find! I've tried exporting the slide deck with After Effects but only end up with an 8sec ,.mov. How should I export the slides individually from this swf file?


Not sure. That is a great find, though. Enjoy!beach
 
JitterzZ
CharcoalRoaster wrote:

Thanks for the find! I've tried exporting the slide deck with After Effects but only end up with an 8sec ,.mov. How should I export the slides individually from this swf file?


Okay, this is what I did. Not sure it answers your question.
I opened Chrome on my Mac and clicked this link ( http://www.whydon...BAT101.swf ) and it automatically downloaded the .swf file. I then downloaded Elmedia Player from the app store to open the .swf file (https://mac.eltim...layer.html) And that's it, everything is now on my computer permanently preserved. All animations, buttons, (no videos) etc., work in the offline .swf file.
Initially I opened the link in Firefox and it just opens the .swf in the browser. Clicking the link in Chrome automatically downloads the .swf file for permanent preservation. It all works the same in Windows as long as you download the .swf file and use an appropriate .swf file player. Download the .swf in Chrome and open the .swf. I used this link for my PC: https://www.wikih...-SWF-Files

Okay, one more edit: When I open the .swf link in Firefox on my PC it also automatically downloads the file. For some reason Firefox on my Mac just opens the .swf in the browser.
Cheerspouring

Update: Looks like the .swf link is now dead.
Another update: Link appears to be working again. Not sure if it's browser related or what.
http://www.whydon...BAT101.swf
Edited by JitterzZ on 03/12/2019 4:22 PM
 
JitterzZ
Is there anyway to upload a .swf file to this site for permanent preservation?
 
JackH
I sent you a PM. Email it to me and I can add it to the download section.
---Jack

KKTO Roaster.
 
JitterzZ
I sent it. Thank you.
 
JitterzZ
CharcoalRoaster wrote:

Thanks for the find! I've tried exporting the slide deck with After Effects but only end up with an 8sec ,.mov. How should I export the slides individually from this swf file?


I just used JPEXS to export all slides in Windows 10. https://www.free-...com/flash/
 
renatoa
Thank you for JPEXS hint... was the first and only tool allowing me to see the slide content on my W7... one month after downloading :)
 
JitterzZ
renatoa wrote:

Thank you for JPEXS hint... was the first and only tool allowing me to see the slide content on my W7... one month after downloading :)

You're welcome. The link is already dead. It's a good thing we downloaded it when we did. I sent a copy of it to admin to add to the download section.
Are you saying that you couldn't view the SWF at all? I've been using this on my Mac (https://mac.eltim...layer.html) and this on Win7/10 (http://www.swffil...). They both play the SWF flawlessly. All animations and buttons work. I also decompiled the SWF on my Mac and PC using JPEXS.woohoo
http://www.whydon...BAT101.swf
Edited by JitterzZ on 03/12/2019 4:22 PM
 
renatoa
In my case the reason was Flash player installation, failed in all modes I tried...
Only JPEXS was been able to install Flash player under the hood somewhat... possible now to be able to play SWF itself, but didn't tried.

PS: yep, now SWF is playing in IE only, no Opera or Chrome, but is enough.
 
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